Dosing pumps

The dosing pumps are used for dosing thin liquids including chemicals. There are two types of dosing pumps including piston pumps and diaphragm pumps. The capacity can be controlled by the length of stroke with calibration from 0 to 100%. There is also the option of being able to set the speed of the electric motors by using a frequency control.

  • Blackline 2.0 R series

    Economical plunger dosing pumps.

    • Max. capacity: 5 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 300 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 400 m
    • Max. pressure: 40 bar
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  • Blackline 2.0 M series

    Directly driven membrane dosing pumps.

    • Max. capacity: 8,7 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 520 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 120 m
    • Max. pressure: 12 bar
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  • Blackline 2.0 XRN series

    Dosing pumps with a hydraulic membrane suitable for IEC motors.

    • Max. capacity: 2 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 105 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 400 m
    • Max. pressure: 40 bar
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  • XL-XLB series

    Dosing pumps with a hydraulic membrane. API 675.

    • Max. capacity: 8 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 480 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 300 m
    • Max. pressure: 30 bar
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  • XLC series

    Dosing pumps with a hydraulic membrane. API 675.

    • Max. capacity: 1 m3/hr
    • Max. capacity: 22 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 1300 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 200 m
    • Max. pressure: 20 bar
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  • X9 series

    Dosing pumps with a hydraulic membrane API 675.

    • Max. capacity: 4 m3/hr
    • Max. capacity: 62 l/min
    • Max. capacity: 3700 l/hr
    • Max. discharge head: 3500 m
    • Max. pressure: 350 bar
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